Reference Accuracy

With this report, you will see the errors and repeated citations in the reference section of your manuscript and by making necessary improvements you will be able to avoid delays in the editorial processes of the journals.

PoolText obtains the most accurate info for each reference used in your article from several literature databases (eg. PubMed, Crossref) and uses semantic engines and complex algorithms to check their accuracy.

86.36

/100

  • Total number of references

    22

  • Accurate

    19 86.36%

  • Inaccurate

    2 9.09%

  • To be reviewed

    1 4.55%

Detail of the Errors

References

  • #3
  • #21

Reference #3

[3] Torre LA, Islami F, Siegel RL, Ward EM, Jemal A. Global Cancer in Women: Burden and Trends. Cancer Epidemiol. Biomark. Prev. Publ. Am. Assoc. Cancer Res. Cosponsored Am. Soc. Prev. Oncol. 2017;26
  • The page number(s) in this reference is missing or inaccurate.
  • The recommended page number is "444-457"
  • The journal title / abbreviation in this reference is missing or inaccurate.
  • The recommended title/abbreviations are "Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention" , "Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev"

Reference #21

[24] Dignam JJ, Wieand K, Johnson KA, Raich P, Anderson SJ, Somkin C, et al. Effects of obesity and race on prognosis in lymph node-negative, estrogen receptor-negative breast cancer. Breast Cancer Res. Treat. 2006;97:245–54.
  • The order number of this reference is incorrect or missing or there is a punctuation error.
  • The recommended order number is "[21]"

Detail of the references to be reviewed

References

  • #10

The references shown below needs to be reviewed as our system couldn’t verify it. We recommend you to check these references one more time and also note the DOI or PMID numbers of them, if available.

Our additional suggestions are below;

  • For a journal article,
    • Give authors' name, article title, journal title / abbreviation, date of publication, volume, issue, page numbers.
    • If you cited a journal article in any language other than English, please also use square brackets before and after the article title, e.g. [Prevalence of diabetes in Toulouse] and indicate the language of the article in brackets at the end of the reference, e.g. (Article in French).
  • For a book,
    • Give any editors and the publisher, the city of publication, and year of publication. For a chapter or section of a book, also give the authors and title of the section, and the page numbers.
  • For online material,
    • Give authors' name, title, place of publication, publisher, date of publication, date of update/revision (if any), date of citation, and the URL.

For the citing rules of the other types of sources (e.g. thesis, conference publications, patents, newspaper articles, datasets) please see the Citing Medicine, 2nd edition available at https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK7256

Reference #10

[10] Gospodarowicz John Wiley & Sons.

Recurring References

References

  • #16, #22

The references which are shown below seems to be the same. Please use each reference only once in the bibliography.

Reference #16

[16] Krieger N, Chen JT, Ware JH, Kaddour A. Race/ethnicity and breast cancer estrogen receptor status: impact of class, missing data, and modeling assumptions. Cancer Causes Control CCC. 2008;19:1305–18.

Reference #22

[22] Krieger N, Chen JT, Ware JH, Kaddour A. Race/ethnicity and breast cancer estrogen receptor status: impact of class, missing data, and modeling assumptions. Cancer Causes Control CCC. 2008;19:1305–18.